Kenya : Locals miss out on benefits from archaeological sites

It's still the most complete early human skeleton ever found. But 30 years after archaeologists unearthed the 'Turkana boy' fossil in northern Kenya, the people who live near the site are yet to benefit from the discovery.

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    It's still the most complete early human skeleton ever found.

    But 30 years after archaeologists unearthed the "Turkana boy" fossil in northern Kenya, the people who live near the site are yet to benefit from the discovery.

    Al Jazeera's Catherine Soi reports from Turkana.


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